For the ninth consecutive year, Preservation Virginia presents a list of places across the Commonwealth that face serious threats because of neglect, insufficient funding, inappropriate development or public policies and procedures. Click here for more!
Forensic anthropology and archaeology confirm survival cannibalism in 17th-century North America. For more, click here.
Smithsonian Institution, Colonial Williamsburg and Preservation Virginia collaborate on groundbreaking research from Jamestown, Va.
We are a private non-profit organization and statewide historic preservation leader founded in 1889 dedicated to perpetuating and revitalizing Virginia's cultural, architectural and historic heritage thereby ensuring that historic places are integral parts of the lives of present and future generations.
We have 22 Historic Properties that are open to the public and 8 that are accessible by appointment.See Properties »